ScadaBR

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ScadaBR
Developer(s) MCA Sistemas
Initial release April 22, 2013 (2013-04-22) (1.0)[1]
Stable release

1.0  (April 22, 2013; 9 years ago (2013-04-22))

[±]
Preview release none [±]
Written in C#, Java, JavaScript, PHP
Operating system Cross-platform
Available in Brazilian Portuguese; English
Type Supervisory control and data acquisition software
License(s) GNU General Public License v2
MIT License
Website ScadaBR.com.br

ScadaBR is a free open-source supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) application most often used in process control and automation systems.

Product history

The ScadaBR project was started on SourceForge on July 3, 2009.[2] The project appears to be spearheaded by Brazilian entity MCA Sistemas. The latest alpha release for ScadaBR is version 0.9.1, with a Windows installer arriving in late 2011 and a Linux package arriving in May 2012.[2] On April 22, 2013, a public version 1.0 of the software arrived on SourceForge.[1]

As of May 2021, the website appears to be active and maintained for the software. However, the software hasn't received an update for over eight years. The status of this project is unknown.

Features

The main features of ScadaBR include[3]:

  • communication with a wide variety of sensors
  • graphing and reporting functions
  • data management tools
  • scripting support
  • alarm and event management
  • calculation tools
  • web-services API

Hardware/software requirements

Installation requirements for ScadaBR include:

For full installation requirements and procedures, see the documentation (PDF). Documentation is sadly only available in Brazilian Portuguese.

Videos, screenshots, and other media

  • Videos for ScadaBR can be found on YouTube.
  • Screenshots for ScadaBR can be found on Softpedia.

Entities using ScadaBR

Further reading

External links

ScadaBR can also be found on SourceForge. However, use caution when downloading and installing from there; the install package may contain undesirable add-on software.

References